Booking Express Travel always wants to make sure that their member base is well informed regarding the various aspects of enjoying time on the sparkling shores of Bermuda during the upcoming vacation season.
Booking Express Travel Members first visit Pembroke Parish in the city of Hamilton to experience this famous beach, approached via walking through a park and steep path toward cliffs. There they will find the local’s cliff jumping from the rocks above.
Although this will be exciting for extreme sports enthusiasts, it might be avoided with caution. It is captivating to watch people jumping off cliffs while lounging on the beach, but it is wise to refrain from yelling out to them since one brief distraction could cause them to aim incorrectly.
The next stop on the beach tour will be Warwick Parrish, part of the Astwood Cove and Park.
This postcard-worthy area features a beach whose shoreline is met with a very rocky area with currents that can become extremely strong at a moment’s notice. So only Vacation Store Aruba members who are very experienced swimmers should enter the waters of this beach. Members that travel with their families should not bring their children to this particular beach due to the potential dangers. Instead, they can enjoy a walk through the idyllic park setting.
For members of Booking Express Travel who would instead enjoy a more secluded spot to lounge or reflect on enjoy nature’s beauty, there are several options to choose from.
Jobson’s Cove is surrounded by mountains and also located in Warwick Parish. The area is very serene and lends itself to swimming or relaxing in a picturesque setting. In Smith’s Parish, you will find John Smith’s Bay. This famous beach with the local’s features very shallow water perfect for the younger set, offering a much safer environment instead that have to worry about currents and undertows.
Locals and tourists enjoy most of the beaches in Bermuda each year without any significant incidents.
Nevertheless, there are suggested precautions that Vacation Store Aruba members should heed. In case of any problems with swimmers in the water, lifeguards are on duty between 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at some beaches, but not all. This can help you choose the beach you would like to visit that day into members’ decisions as to which beaches to visit.
On the lifeguard tower, if the white flag is visible, the lifeguard is on duty. Colored flags represent other warnings. If water conditions are questionable, then a yellow flag will be up; a red flag warns to stay out of the water due to unsafe conditions.
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